Passing Clouds Works is a grass-roots community arts project set up by local artists and musicians and housed in the former Hackney Gazette Print Works in Dalston. Passing Clouds seeks to celebrate and underpin the artistic colour and life of the local community by building creative bridges between musicians and artists of all genres and the wider community through a range of cultural projects, events, shows and workshops.
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1 Richmond Road, London, E8 4AA
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This place definitely reminds me of a squat but I mean in that in the best way possible. Its very arty and totally underground. It's essentially a house that's been converted into a club. Downstairs they had a performance from an African group. The band was pretty good but it was a bit too chill for our Thursday night shenanigans. Upstairs has lots of comfy couches and another bar. They...more
At this point, I'm a committed regular of Wednesday nights at Passing Clouds, though I've never set foot in it on any other day. It is, however, a fantastic Wednesday night routine. We start the evening with a swing dancing class taught by Hayley and Mark of Swing Patrol. (In an unusual reversal, level 2 is at 7pm, while the very crowded beginners' class is at 8:15pm.) Afterwards, we...more
This is a fab place to hang out and paaaarty!!!
I have ended up here on several occasions after a night in the pub, you know when you want to carry the party on? There is usually lots of people hanging around outside (especially in summer) the bouncers are really friendly and the whole atmosphere of the place is cool, friendly and chilled out.
They have live music - I have seen some amazing...more
Passing Clouds that i almost Passed by!!!
This place at first sight looked to me like some dodgy unidentifiable underground club one goes to when they have had one to many.
However, i was happily surprised. This place is basically a great little hang out for all things independent and arty. The live music on my specific visit was jazz and was alive and kicking.
They also have an upstairs...more
They need your name and email address for the police record due to the type of liquor license they have? Um email address? Doorman relented that it was for a newsletter and the police only need first names... WTF? Paging Kate... I'm sure you're the only Kate in the bar...
So it's £8 to get in... they didn't take card, or rather the card machines weren't working... but they don't tell you...more